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Undercard bout


Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Moe Lester (ranked 4381 p4p, 426 weight class) and Shamil Magomedov (ranked 24178 p4p, 547 weight class). Lester kept the crowd waiting but all that was forgotten when his ring entrance music started. The incomparable musical genius that is Get Back - Ludacris. Shamil Magomedov has the eye of the tiger tonight.

180 cm
18
164 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
180 cm
26
157 lbs
1 - 4 - 1
Good wrestling
Brawler
Self confident
Good wrestler
Brawler
Granite chin

Vegan Gains
Urban Fighter

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Moe Lester!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 4 losses and 1 draws, fighting out of New York, Shamil Magomedov!
The judges for this bout are Paul Gruel, Ryoma Takatsuka and Colin Fray.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Sloppy strikes from Magomedov. Those never looked like landing.

Lester bobs and weaves into range and then changes levels and scores with a nice takedown into side control.
Lester trying to control the position but Magomedov is working away.
Magomedov is working to avoid the ground and pound but Lester connects with a decent elbow.
Lester scores with a couple of nice shots to the head there. The referee takes a look at Magomedov to see if he's OK.
Lester advances to full mount.
Lester lands a heavy elbow.
Lester controlling from the full mount.
Magomedov in a bad spot here, taking shots to the head.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
BOOM! Lester connects with a massive shot to the dome!
Magomedov tries to reverse the position but Lester maintains control.
BOOM! Lester connects with a massive shot to the dome!
The referee warns Magomedov that he has to improve his position here as he takes two more clean shots to the head.
Lester lands an elbow that was bordering on illegal but the referee lets it go with a warning.
Lester controlling the pace for now.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Lester trying to control but Magomedov is having none of it.
Magomedov taking shots to the head.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Lester is in the full mount, landing strikes.
Lester prevents Magomedov from getting the reversal.
Lester punishing his opponent with strikes.
Magomedov swinging wildly from the bottom but he's not landing.
Magomedov can't escape the position.
Lester fakes a shot to the body and cracks his opponent in the head. Nice ground and pound there!
Magomedov flailing away with punches but nothing is landing.
Magomedov in a bad spot here, taking shots to the head.
Lester looking to control but Magomedov is working nicely, looking to advance position himself.
Magomedov really trying hard to get back to half guard here.
Lester with a couple of short strikes.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
The crowd cheering loudly, showing their appreciation for the quality fight we're seeing here.
The fighters are starting to get a bit slippery now, which will make submissions a bit more difficult.
Lester takes a little breather and maintains the position. The referee will be looking for him to stay active from such a dominant position though.
Magomedov throwing punches from his back but nothing is landing.
Lester putting on the heat here with some good ground and pound!
Lester controlling his opponent.
Magomedov is squirming around, avoiding Lester's attempts to control the action.
Lester dominating with strikes here.
The crowd applaud the fighters' efforts here as the round comes to an end.
Lester looking to control and managing it successfully.
Magomedov can't escape the position.
Lester looking to control but Magomedov is working nicely, looking to advance position himself.
Lester tucks in and makes sure he doesn't lose the dominant position.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Moe Lester dominated that round.
The referee calls time. The cornermen exit stage left and we're back to business.



Magomedov shoots in with a lovely double leg takedown. Lester manages to land in full guard to minimise the damage.
Lester is trying to stand up but he's not managed so far.
Lester controlling the position.
Lester wants to stand up but Magomedov is controlling him.
Lester lands a beautiful sweep and he's now moved into his opponent's guard.

Lester stands and throws Magomedov's legs to the side, diving into side control.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Lester is looking to take a break and control but Magomedov is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.
Magomedov really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Lester. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.
Lester is going to have to think about doing something other than just controlling because Magomedov is managing to avoid having the position dictated to him.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Lester is really struggling to control Magomedov but he's trying to hold on to the position.
Lester working the body and head with strikes.
Lester cracks Magomedov with a big right hand but Magomedov just smiles back at him and invites him to have another go.
Lester working the head and body with strikes.
Lester has knee on belly and moves into mount.
Magomedov is in a horrible position here. Lester smacks him with another shot as he tries to escape the position.
Lester trying to control but he's not successful this time.
Lester sitting in mount, just looking to control for the moment.
Lester trying to control but Magomedov is having none of it.
Lester sitting in mount, just looking to control for the moment.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Lester can't quite control the action as he would like just now, as Magomedov is looking to escape.
Lester controlling from mount.
Lester landing strikes from the mount.
Magomedov is wriggling around trying to escape.
Lester trying to control but Magomedov is having none of it.
Magomedov swinging wildly from the bottom but he's not landing.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Magomedov can't escape the position.
Moe Lester overall seems to be getting the better of the ground position in the fight so far.
We get told so often about how wrestlers don't like to be on their backs. Let's see if Magomedov can do anything to dispel that myth.
Lester punishing his opponent with strikes.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Moe Lester dominated that second round.
Well, the break between rounds is over. Let's get back to the scrappin! This is the final round!



Lester looks for a takedown. He's got it. We're now in half guard.
Lester scores with a couple of good hammerfists.
Lester with a momentary lay and pray from half guard.
Lester is keen to just control but Magomedov is a slippery customer.
Magomedov throws a strike from the bottom that misses.
Magomedov wants to improve his position but Lester is controlling well.
Lester works his way into full mount!
Lester is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Magomedov can do to turn this around?
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Magomedov keeping his composure momentarily, calmly looking to get back to half guard.
Lester controlling his opponent.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Lester scoring with strikes but Magomedov is staying in there.
Lester tucks in and makes sure he doesn't lose the dominant position.
Lester scoring with strikes but Magomedov is staying in there.
Lester with shots to the head and body - Magomedov looks very uncomfortable down there.
Lester has been looking to land a fair amount of strikes on the ground. He might be looking to soften his opponent up in order to work for a submission.
Magomedov is looking to improve his position but Lester isn't that keen on the idea.
Lester controlling from mount.
The referee warns Magomedov that he has to improve his position here as he takes two more clean shots to the head.
Lester working Magomedov over with strikes here.
Lester pausing momentarily but resumes with a couple of decent strikes that do a bit of damage.
Lester connects with a couple of good shots from mount.
Lester wants to control the pace but Magomedov is squirming around nicely.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Lester is still in mount, landing shots to his trapped opponent. Magomedov can't stay in a position like this for much longer.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Lester wants to control the pace but Magomedov is squirming around nicely.
Lester takes a little breather and maintains the position. The referee will be looking for him to stay active from such a dominant position though.
Lester landing strikes from the mount and Magomedov is in trouble!
Lester in mount throwing good strikes here, bouncing his opponent's head off the canvas.
Lester content just to control the position here.
Magomedov working to try and regain half guard.
Shamil Magomedov has stepped it up - he knows he needs a finish here!
Moe Lester is fighting for a decision here - he's started to take the cautious approach.
Lester looking to control and managing it successfully.

And that's the end of the fight!
Moe Lester showed his dominance in that final round.
Well I reckon that's a shut out for Lester, winning every round. Will the judges agree? They are the ones who matter, even if they are often depressingly incompetent. Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Paul Gruel scores the fight 30:25
Judge Ryoma Takatsuka scores the fight 30:25
Judge Colin Fray scores the fight 30:25

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Moe Lester!

A less than humble Moe Lester misjudged his post fight interview somewhat and came across a little too arrogant whilst trying to hype up his own abilities.
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
55%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Yoel Edson (ranked 6309 p4p, 521 weight class) and Criss Lebenanski (ranked 6180 p4p, 516 weight class). Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

186 cm
26
172 lbs
5 - 3 - 0
185 cm
25
175 lbs
2 - 2 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Solid Muay Thai
Experienced
BJJ Purple Belt
Decent boxing
Granite chin

Shade Tree Nutrition

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 5 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Hilo, Yoel Edson!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Criss Lebenanski!
The judges for this bout are Colin Fray, Roger Salmon and Jeff Smith.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Edson will need to tighten up his combinations if he doesn't want to gas himself out, swinging at thin air.
Edson avoids a punch combination nicely.

Edson feints and as Lebenanski raises his hands in defense, Edson changes levels and drives through with a takedown into guard.

Lebenanski kicks Edson off and gets to his feet.
Edson shoots for a takedown but Lebenanski saw that one coming a mile off and avoided it easily.
Lebenanski changes levels for a counter takedown but doesn't follow through with his attempt.
Lebenanski tries to clinch but Edson moves out of range.
Edson was looking to counter that last move with a shot to the body but he didn't commit.
Edson has been talking about how he's improved his wrestling in the run up to the fight so let's see if that's enough to sway the balance.
A telegraphed takedown attempt from Lebenanski is defended easily by Edson.
It looked like Edson was looking amped, ready to throw a big counter but didn't commit.
Edson lunges in with swinging rights and lefts but Lebenanski circles away quickly and effectively.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
The fight stays on the outside here - Lebenanski looks like he's thinking about clinching though.
Edson tries to counter with a takedown but Lebenanski is quick to defend against it.

That's one minute gone in the round.
No joy there for Edson, who threw a few shots but didn't land.
Edson scores with a head kick. Lebenanski tried to block it but didn't get his arm up in time.
A really sloppy takedown attempt there from Lebenanski.
A little feinted left hand from Edson on the counter but he doesn't commit to it.
Edson throws a right hand that Lebenanski ducks under and follows up with a left that Lebenanski also avoids with ease.
Horrible takedown attempt by Lebenanski or perhaps it was just good defense by Edson, which made it look bad.
Yoel Edson has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Criss Lebenanski.
Lebenanski walks into a stiff left hand from Edson.
Lebenanski moves in looking to clinch but Edson pushes him off.

Edson bobs and weaves into range and then changes levels and scores with a nice takedown into side control.

Lebenanski bucks up and manages to escape back to his feet!
The fans in attendance giving it up for the two fighters, who have really let it all hang out in the last minute or so!
Edson shoots in and drives through. Lebenanski sprawls well.
Lebenanski misses with a half-hearted attempt at a head kick.
Edson half commits to a counter takedown before pushing away, out of range.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Edson misses with a takedown attempt
and Lebenanski connects with a straight left hand counter down the middle.
Edson bobs and weaves and unloads with a good uppercut.
Edson misses with a two punch combination.
Edson displays good takedown defense there as he swats away a double leg from Lebenanski.
Lebenanski shoots in but Edson avoids the takedown attempt easily.
Edson is the aggressor but that punch slipped nicely by Lebenanski.
Nice takedown defense from Edson. No joy for Lebenanski on that attempt.
Lebenanski looks winded!
Edson thuds his shin into the meat of Lebenanski's side.
The crowd applaud the fighters' efforts here as the round comes to an end.
Edson misses with a wild combination.
Lebenanski misses with a kick to the body
and Edson counters with a stiff right hand.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Yoel Edson dominated that round.
Well, the break between rounds is over. Let's get back to the scrappin!


Edson lands with a slapping head kick.

It looks like Criss Lebenanski has been cut.
Edson keeps the fight on the outside.
Edson seem to be loading up, looking for a big counter.
Lebenanski takes a body kick right on the floating rib. Ouchie.
Edson pulls out of a head kick attempt.
No luck for Lebenanski with that takedown attempt.
Lebenanski lands a body shot.
Yoel Edson is looking to throw some combinations by the looks of things.
Edson tries a head kick but it misses.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Edson rushes Lebenanski and presses him up against the cage.
An uppercut to the body lands inside from Edson.

Edson escapes the clinch and we're back to striking.

Edson pushes Lebenanski up against the cage in a clinch.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Edson gets control of Lebenanski's arms and successfully pulls guard. Edson will no doubt be looking for submissions off his back.

Edson pushes Lebenanski off and scrambles back to his feet.
Edson is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Lebenanski can do to turn this around?
Edson delivers a nice body kick.
Edson tests Lebenanski's chin there with a solid looking shot.
Lebenanski wants to clinch.
Yoel Edson seems to be the more aggressive standup fighter in this bout.
Lebenanski misses with a takedown attempt. He shot from a bit too far out.
Yoel Edson is winning the standup battle so far.
Lebenanski takes a kick to the body and keeps moving.
Lebenanski doesn't manage to clinch there - Edson circles away.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Edson misses with a few strikes there.
A head kick misses from Edson.
Lebenanski steps in looking to clinch after the strikes miss from Edson.
Lebenanski with a poor takedown

and Edson counters by clinching up.
Yoel Edson has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Criss Lebenanski.
Lebenanski is breathing heavily.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
Lebenanski is looking for a takedown up against the cage. Edson gets underhooks though and prevents the takedown attempt.

Edson breaks the clinch.
Edson lands a leg kick. The shin dug right into the meat of the thigh.
A decent looking body kick lands there for Edson.
Lebenanski moves his head to the side to avoid a jab but walks straight into a cross.
Lebenanski avoids the body shot from Edson.
Lebenanski goes for a double leg but Edson avoids the attempt and the two fighters end up clinched against the cage as Edson continues to drive forward.
Edson lands a powerful looking uppercut that connected with his opponent's jaw.
Edson throws a head kick that Lebenanski semi-blocks.
Edson shoots in and drives through. Lebenanski sprawls well.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Yoel Edson dominated that second round.
The cut man is working on Criss Lebenanski's cut.
The referee calls time. The cornermen exit stage left and we're back to business. Let's get this one finished - here comes the final round!


Lebenanski looks frustrated there after his takedown attempt is stuffed easily.
Lebenanski moves out of range as Edson strikes.
Lebenanski fails with a takedown attempt.
Lebenanski fails with a takedown attempt from distance.
Yoel Edson has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Criss Lebenanski.
Edson throws a lazy right hand but Lebenanski sees it coming a mile off and sidesteps it easily.
Edson jabbing away but nothing is landing.
Edson connects with an inside leg kick.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Lebenanski on the wrong end of a vicious looking body shot.
Lebenanski is looking to clinch but Edson is avoiding it.
Edson fails with a rather predictable takedown attempt.
Lebenanski takes a big intake of breath there - he's definitely tired.
Lebenanski shoots in but doesn't get the takedown
and Edson connects with a straight left hand counter down the middle.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Edson keeps the fight on the outside.
Edson shoots in looking for a double leg takedown. Lebenanski defends it nicely.
Edson throws a right hand that Lebenanski ducks under and follows up with a left that Lebenanski also avoids with ease.
Edson scores with a leg kick.
Edson misses the jab.
Lebenanski takes a punch to the jaw and another one to the bread basket.
A jab from Lebenanski finds it's way through Edson's defenses.
Lebenanski shoots in looking for a double leg takedown. Edson defends it nicely.
Edson went nuts there looking for a big combo counter but none of the flurry connected.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Lebenanski fails with a takedown attempt.
Edson quickly followed up with a counter body kick but doesn't connect.
Edson tries a head kick but it misses.
Lebenanski drops down looking to force a counter takedown but Edson defends it well.
Edson uses good head movement to avoid the hook from Lebenanski.
Lebenanski takes a jab on the nose. He smiles like he loves it and keeps coming.

Edson rushes Lebenanski and pushes him back against the cage in a clinch.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
Lebenanski tries to pull guard but Edson forces him back to his feet, against the cage.

Edson breaks the clinch and we return to the middle of the mat.
Lebenanski shoots in for a takedown. "Ole!" shouts Edson as he jumps to the side.

And that's the end of the fight!
Yoel Edson showed his dominance in that final round.
Well I reckon that's a shut out for Edson, winning every round. Will the judges agree? They are the ones who matter, even if they are often depressingly incompetent. Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Colin Fray scores the fight 30:26
Judge Roger Salmon scores the fight 30:26
Judge Jeff Smith scores the fight 30:26

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Yoel Edson!

Yoel Edson made sure to mention his sponsor, Shade Tree Nutrition in his post fight interview.
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
59%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Lu Bu (ranked 21615 p4p, 465 weight class) and Bubba Hippo (ranked 5339 p4p, 383 weight class). Both these guys have really solid chins. Will we see a standup war or will they both decide that a knockout is unlikely and try to win the fight elsewhere?

207 cm
27
253 lbs
0 - 2 - 0
200 cm
25
285 lbs
3 - 2 - 0
Good takedowns
Brawler
Granite chin
BJJ White Belt
Good kicks
Granite chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Lu Bu!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Bubba Hippo!
The judges for this bout are Roger Salmon, Paul Gruel and Colin Fray.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Bu darts in and lands a nice takedown into half guard.
Bu is working hard to pass the guard. He's done it - he's now in full mount! Trouble for Hippo!

Bu working for a guillotine from mount but Hippo is in no mood to give up.
Bu looking to control and managing it successfully.
Hippo squirming around on the bottom, looking to escape.
Bu lands a couple of good shots and Hippo has given up his back, trying to escape the position!

It looks like Bubba Hippo has been cut.

Bu has his arm under Hippo's chin here. Game over son! Bu squeezes tightly and Hippo is forced to tap out!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:55 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (RNC). Lu Bu!
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
91%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a featherweight MMA rules bout between Makedo Myashi (ranked 3170 p4p, 260 weight class) and Vladimir Konstantinov (ranked 21551 p4p, 409 weight class). Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

181 cm
18
145 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
178 cm
19
155 lbs
2 - 2 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Big heart
Good wrestler
Dangerous knees
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the featherweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Makedo Myashi!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Vladimir Konstantinov!
The judges for this bout are Josh West, Jeff Smith and Ryoma Takatsuka.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Konstantinov throws a shot to the body.
Myashi fakes a jab and throws a low kick but Konstantinov checks it well.
Konstantinov scores with a jab.

Konstantinov clinches.
Myashi takes a knee to the side of the body.
Konstantinov's corner are urging him to control the action in the clinch for a moment, rather than mount any serious offense. I'm sure the crowd appreciate those instructions... not.
With the two fighters working up against the cage, Myashi just misses with a elbow thrown towards Konstantinov's brow.
Konstantinov presses Myashi against the cage and delivers a mid-strength body shot.
Konstantinov lands with a short head shot on the inside.
Konstantinov with a knee to the head.

Myashi is rocked!
Myashi wants to break free but Konstantinov has control.
Oh Myashi is still all over the place! His legs are completely gone! Will he be able to recover?!!
Myashi misses with a short punch on the inside.
Myashi seems to have got his legs back now.
Myashi trying to land knees to the body.
Konstantinov on the defensive, avoiding the knees to the body.
Still in the clinch, Konstantinov scores with a nice short uppercut.
The crowd are loving this. Great action here.
Myashi takes a knee right on the jaw!
Myashi is trying to stall.
Good body shot from Konstantinov.
Konstantinov lands a shot to the body.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Nice body punch from Konstantinov.
Myashi is looking to control Konstantinov's arms but Konstantinov gets an underhook and turns him. Now Myashi has his back to the cage.
Myashi is trying to pull guard but Konstantinov turns him against the cage and we stay in the clinch.
Konstantinov digs a right hand into Myashi's ribs. Those have got to be taking their toll on Myashi's gas tank.
Konstantinov working Myashi over with knees to the body.
Myashi is breathing heavily.
Konstantinov cracks Myashi with a nice body shot.
Konstantinov presses Myashi against the cage and delivers a mid-strength body shot.
Konstantinov connects with a nasty looking knee right to Myashi's face.

Konstantinov manages to pull guard. Let's see whether he can land a sub off his back.

Konstantinov is working for submissions here. He's thrown up his legs looking for a triangle but Myashi frees his head nicely. Oh but Konstantinov has switched to an armbar! Myashi is tapping furiously! Lovely submission there!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:48 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Triangle Armbar). Vladimir Konstantinov!
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
77%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a featherweight MMA rules bout between Paavo Masala (ranked 1852 p4p, 178 weight class) and Jay Brown (ranked 3148 p4p, 259 weight class). Brown has chosen Hate me now by nas as his entrance music. Well, I have no idea who's going to take this one!

178 cm
21
154 lbs
4 - 3 - 0
174 cm
19
157 lbs
6 - 3 - 0
Good wrestling
Basic striking
Granite chin
BJJ Brown Belt
Brawler
Determined

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the featherweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Helsinki, Paavo Masala!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 6 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Jay Brown!
The judges for this bout are Ryoma Takatsuka, Jeff Smith and Roger Salmon.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Masala dives in and scores a takedown into Brown's guard.

Brown has his foot on Masala's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Masala works his way back into a safe position though.
Masala trying to control but Brown is working from the bottom.

Brown has thrown up a leg looking for a triangle. Masala doesn't defend quickly enough and Brown has managed to lock this one up! Can Masala escape?! NO! He's tapping out! Damn, that was a quick submission - congrats to Brown on a fantastic submission victory.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:26 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Triangle). Jay Brown!
Jay Brown was full of energy after the big win and talked about how he thinks he can do big things in this sport. The crowd were appreciative of his determination to succeed.
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
100%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between Desperately To Be Positive (ranked 3710 p4p, 395 weight class) and Artemis Thaddeus Iii (ranked 2536 p4p, 308 weight class). Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

190 cm
27
212 lbs
6 - 8 - 0
191 cm
19
221 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Very quick
BJJ Purple Belt
Solid Muay Thai
Very confident

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Conviction



Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 6 wins, 8 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Tokyo, Desperately To Be Positive!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Artemis Thaddeus Iii!
The judges for this bout are Chris Saunders, Jeff Smith and Josh West.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Thaddeus Iii misses with a head kick.
Thaddeus Iii connects with the punch.
Thaddeus Iii scores with a kick to the midsection.
Thaddeus Iii is looking to clinch but To Be Positive is avoiding it.
Thaddeus Iii fakes low and throws an overhand right that catches To Be Positive on the side of the head.
To Be Positive misses the shot to the body.
To Be Positive ducks down and throws a hook to the body but Thaddeus Iii moves away.
Thaddeus Iii let fly with a counter punch to the body but it didn't land.
Ooooh, nice body kick lands from Thaddeus Iii. To Be Positive shrugs it off though.
Thaddeus Iii fakes and then throws a beautiful body shot. To Be Positive looks a bit winded and takes a step backwards to take a breath.
A looping hook to the body misses from To Be Positive. Thaddeus Iii does a little dance to reset his feet.
Thaddeus Iii was about to counter that last move with a leg kick but changes his mind.
Thaddeus Iii moves out of range as To Be Positive strikes.
Thaddeus Iii throws out a counter right but To Be Positive avoids it with no problem.
To Be Positive throws a hook to the body but it doesn't connect.
Thaddeus Iii throws a body kick that digs right into the meat.
To Be Positive takes a shot to the nose. Hopefully that hasn't broken it.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Thaddeus Iii changes levels and scores with a jab to the body.
To Be Positive throws a series of punches but Thaddeus Iii moves out of range.
Nice straight punches there by To Be Positive. You know Roy Jones Jr respects the hands of To Be Positive.
We can't be sure of the tactics at this early stage but we have heard that Thaddeus Iii has been working on his takedowns a lot in the buildup to the fight and we can only assume he's going to look to take this to the mat.
Thaddeus Iii avoids the body shot from To Be Positive.
Thaddeus Iii connects with a crisp jab.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Thaddeus Iii fakes with a right hand and throws a good leg kick, right into the thigh. That had to hurt To Be Positive.
To Be Positive is looking to wear down Thaddeus Iii with body shots, infact he's throwing more body shots than head shots at the moment.
Thaddeus Iii changes levels and looks for a double leg takedown. To Be Positive tries to avoid it but Thaddeus Iii manages to keep hold of a leg and drag To Be Positive to the ground. To Be Positive escapes though and pops straight back up to his feet.
To Be Positive seem to be loading up, looking for a big counter.
Thaddeus Iii will have to do better than that with his takedown attempts.
To Be Positive lands a powerful looking uppercut that connected with his opponent's jaw.
Thaddeus Iii jabs. That one connects to the head of his opponent.
Thaddeus Iii lunges in with an uppercut that skims his opponent's chin.
To Be Positive throws a body shot but no joy.
Thaddeus Iii jabbing away but nothing is landing.
Thaddeus Iii slips a jab from To Be Positive.
To Be Positive throws a hook to the side of Thaddeus Iii's head but Thaddeus Iii sees it coming and ducks under it beautifully.
Thaddeus Iii keeps his opponent at a distance with a nice jab.
To Be Positive is the aggressor but that punch slipped nicely by Thaddeus Iii.
A thudding body kick lands there by Thaddeus Iii!
Thaddeus Iii uses some good footwork to avoid the body shot by To Be Positive.
Thaddeus Iii connects with a solid leg kick.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
A slapping body kick lands there for Thaddeus Iii.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Thaddeus Iii lands with a cross.
To Be Positive swings and misses with a shot to the body
and Thaddeus Iii connects with a straight left hand counter down the middle.
To Be Positive looks to be in better condition than last time we saw him fight. Obviously he's been working hard on his cardio.
To Be Positive feints with a jab and clips Thaddeus Iii right behind the ear with a massive overhand right! Thaddeus Iii is sent crashing into the canvas and To Be Positive leaps in for the kill! Thaddeus Iii tries to get to his feet but To Be Positive is just battering him from every conceivable angle. The ref decides that Thaddeus Iii is in need of a savior and steps in!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:13 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Desperately To Be Positive!
Post fight, Desperately To Be Positive took to the microphone: 'Do you really think Islam is a religion of peace?'.
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hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
75%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between Vincent Lomax (ranked 1547 p4p, 207 weight class) and Jolly Rodger (ranked 3460 p4p, 380 weight class). Rodger is bobbing his head along to his entrance song: Reach for the stars by s club 7. Vincent Lomax could well score a knockout today. He has the power to get to Jolly Rodger's chin.

190 cm
20
200 lbs
4 - 0 - 0
190 cm
26
212 lbs
5 - 2 - 0
Good wrestling
Excellent boxer
Cardio machine
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Solid chin

Conviction

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of New York, Vincent Lomax!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 5 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Hilo, Jolly Rodger!
The judges for this bout are Colin Fray, Micheangelo Fripello and Roger Salmon.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Rodger bobs and weaves and throws out a fast jab that snaps Lomax's head backwards.
Rodger looks more muscular than last time we saw him. He must have been on the weights.
Rodger thuds a left hand into Lomax's body.
Rodger lands a body shot.
Lomax slips under a jab.
We've been told by Lomax's head coaches at Crassus that he's been working on his takedown defense in preparation for this fight.
Rodger misses with an uppercut. Lomax saw that one coming.
Rodger takes a body punch that cleary hurt but he's trying not to show any weakness.
Lomax ducks under a wild hook from Rodger.
Rodger looks to throw the jab but Lomax is out of range.
Rodger throws a monster uppercut resembling something out of street fighter but it doesn't land.
Rodger uses some good footwork to avoid the body shot by Lomax.
Rodger throws a lazy right hand but Lomax sees it coming a mile off and sidesteps it easily.
Rodger jabbing away but nothing is landing.
Jolly Rodger seems to be the more aggressive standup fighter in this bout.
Rodger loads up on a big right hand but Lomax slips the punch.

Lomax drives through and clinches with Rodger against the cage.
Rodger goes for a body shot but it's blocked.
Rodger has had enough of the clinch but Lomax keeps him there for the moment.
Lomax lands with a good tight uppercut to the head.
Fantastic stuff here - a very entertaining period of action, which has drawn cheers from the crowd.
The pace slowing considerably in the clinch, as Lomax takes a break from that fighting nonsense to think about the finer things in life.
Lomax is working Rodger over against the cage.
A left hand lands to the body for Lomax.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Rodger is trying to slow down the pace in the clinch, to catch his breath.
Rodger wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Lomax has him pressed against the cage.
Lomax is struggling to control the position.
Lomax lands a right hand that snaps the head of Rodger backwards.
Rodger misses with a body punch.
Lomax scores with an uppercut up the middle.
Lomax lands on the inside with an uppercut.
A short right from Lomax.
Lomax cracks Rodger with a nice body shot.
Rodger looks winded!
Rodger looks like he'd prefer to be striking at range right now.
Lomax avoiding damage.
Lomax lands a shoulder strike.
Lomax has Rodger pressed against the cage.
A short body shot lands from Lomax as the two fighters clinch.
The referee calls for Lomax to work.
A right handed body shot lands from Lomax.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
A short right from Lomax.
Lomax makes some space for himself and lands an uppercut.
This has been an exciting period of action!
Lomax effectively controlling the action here.
Lomax lands a right hand that snaps the head of Rodger backwards.
Lomax displaying some good clinch control by pressing Rodger up against the cage.
Lomax makes some space for himself and lands an uppercut.
A hook to the body from Lomax.
Lomax working some nice short punches in the clinch.
Lomax lands with a short head shot on the inside.
Lomax digs a right hand into Rodger's ribs. Those have got to be taking their toll on Rodger's gas tank.
Lomax scores with an uppercut up the middle.
Lomax pushes Rodger back against the cage and lands a hook to the side of the head.
Lomax lands a hook that snaps the head of Rodger backwards.
The crowd applaud the fighters' efforts here as the round comes to an end.
Lomax pushes Rodger back against the cage and lands a hook to the side of the head.
Lomax scores with a shot to the side of Rodger's head.
Lomax working on landing some head shots here - that one got through nicely.
Lomax is leaning against Rodger and scores with a nice uppercut to the body.
Lomax lands a right hand that snaps the head of Rodger backwards.

Rodger is rocked!
Lomax scores with a nice hook to the head.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Vincent Lomax dominated that round.
The minute break is over - no more time for sponges and pep talks - back to the action!


A big right followed by a crushing left from Lomax knocks Rodger out cold! Ouch - that one's going to be featured in highlight reels for years to come!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:05 of round 2, we have a winner by way of KO (Punches). Vincent Lomax!
Jolly Rodger was interviewed post fight and said 'You fucking retard cunt, I'll rape your unborn fucking childen you cunt... Anyway, good win.'.
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G S C
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G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
75%

 

Undercard bout


Coming up we have a bantamweight MMA rules bout between Juan Kemonito (ranked 1256 p4p, 85 weight class) and Tommy Reed (ranked 2132 p4p, 137 weight class). Kemonito kept the crowd waiting but all that was forgotten when his ring entrance music started. The incomparable musical genius that is Kemonito Entrance Music. Reed has chosen Tupac ft 50 Cent - Get Up Remix as his entrance music. Both these guys have really solid chins. Will we see a standup war or will they both decide that a knockout is unlikely and try to win the fight elsewhere?

150 cm
21
130 lbs
5 - 1 - 0
168 cm
21
147 lbs
4 - 0 - 0
Good wrestling
Lethal high kicks
Granite chin
Good wrestler
Basic striking
Good gas tank

Conviction

KOMBAT KLOTHING



Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the bantamweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 5 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Juan Kemonito!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Tommy Reed!
The judges for this bout are Ryoma Takatsuka, Roger Salmon and Jeff Smith.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Kemonito shoots in looking for a single leg takedown. Reed is trying to defend but Kemonito finishes it well and ends up in half guard. Let's see if he can advance position further.
Kemonito looks towards his corner to check for any instructions. The corner give him nothing to work with, so he cracks Reed with a short hammerfist. I guess that's as good as any advice he could get in this position.
Kemonito not landing any meaningful shots this time.
Reed tries to get to full guard but Kemonito has control of the leg.
Reed wants to control but Kemonito is keeping busy.
Kemonito perhaps working for something from half guard, or maybe not. It looks like he's just sitting there.
Reed holds on for dear life, maintaining half guard for now.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Kemonito throws a big elbow that misses, also allowing Reed to regain full guard.
A big thud reverberates around the arena there as Kemonito accidentally thumps the mat. Hopefully he's not broken his hand.
A big thud reverberates around the arena there as Kemonito accidentally thumps the mat. Hopefully he's not broken his hand.
Kemonito sneaks a leg through and gets to half guard. That was like a knife through butter how easily he passed Reed's guard.
Reed trying to control but Kemonito postures up.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Kemonito throws a strike but Reed avoids it easily and moves to full guard.
Kemonito landing some decent shots from guard.
Kemonito throws a big right hand that misses.
Reed working a defensive guard here.
Reed keeping full guard, as Kemonito tries to pass.
Kemonito throws a big elbow that misses.
Reed is trying to control the position from the bottom.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Reed is doing well to control the posture of his opponent and prevent any damage.
Kemonito wants to control from the top but Reed keeps moving.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
My god... these two guys really need to pick up the pace or everyone will leave to go get a beer.
Reed working a defensive guard here.
A real slowdown in the pace of the fight for a moment, as Reed holds on and takes a little breather.
Kemonito stopping the sweep attempt from Reed.

The ref stands the fighters back up due to a lack of activity.

Kemonito closes the distance, clinches up and gets a nice trip takedown into side control. Very smooth.
Reed is trying to control Kemonito's posture but Kemonito avoids it.
Kemonito fails to land a wild elbow strike.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Reed tries to improve position but can't.
Reed manages to get one leg in to regain half guard.
Kemonito thows a wild elbow that connects with the canvas.
Reed trying to control here.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Juan Kemonito dominated that round.
The referee calls time. The cornermen exit stage left and we're back to business.



Kemonito shoots in and bounces Reed off the cage to secure the takedown into guard.
Reed looking for a sweep. Not yet Reed, not yet.
Reed is trying to control the position from the bottom.
Reed might have to switch it up a bit here because his efforts to control Kemonito haven't been going to plan, at least at the current moment in time.
Kemonito is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Reed can do to turn this around?
Reed wants to control here, rather than go for any submissions from the bottom. At least for now.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Kemonito looking to sit in guard and control but Reed gets the butterfly guard and sweeps. He's now in the guard on the top.

We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Reed with a nice head shot there.
Kemonito wants to hit a switch here but Reed passes into full mount! Oh no, disaster for Kemonito there!
Reed controlling from mount.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Kemonito wants to control but Reed is having none of it.
Kemonito is squirming around, avoiding Reed's attempts to control the action.
Reed controlling from mount.
Reed is trying to control here but Kemonito has managed to regain half guard.
In the pre-fight buildup videos we saw Reed working his ground and pound in the gym. So far it seems to be working well.
Reed is figuring out what he wants to do next.
Kemonito throws a strike from the bottom that misses.
Kemonito tries to strike from the bottom but it doesn't land.
Kemonito is refusing to be controlled, as Reed sits in half guard.
Kemonito might be looking to lock onto one of his opponent's long limbs for a submission, whilst we're on the ground.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
The crowd are starting to boo a lack of action.

Reed seems to be looking for submissions.

Kemonito is defending against the submission attempts here by Reed.
Kemonito is working for an escape here. He's hooked one of Reed's legs and he's managed to sneak out and take Reed's back!
Kemonito lands a punch to the side of the head from the back.
Reed is in bad spot here.
Reed covers up after that shot from Kemonito.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Kemonito lands a punch to the side of the head from the back.
Reed wants to control his opponent's hands but Kemonito gets his hands free.
Reed rolls and manages to get back to half guard. Nicely done.
Kemonito missing with some ground and pound from the half guard.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Juan Kemonito dominated that second round.
That's the end of the round. The referee orders the cornermen out of the cage so we can get back down to business. This is the final round!


Kemonito keeps the fight standing with a nice sprawl.

Reed gets caught flat footed, as Kemonito shoots in with a quick takedown into guard.
Kemonito has to be careful here, sitting in the guard of a superior BJJ player.

Reed throwing his legs up looking for a triangle.
Kemonito postures up in Reed's guard and throws a big left but Reed blocks it.
Kemonito throwing strikes from guard but Reed blocks nicely.
Kemonito throws a big right hand that misses.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Kemonito cracks Reed with a solid left hand.
Reed looking to control.
Kemonito content to strike from guard, landing some decent shots.
Kemonito works over Reed with some ground and pound from guard.
Kemonito trying to control but Reed is working from the bottom.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Kemonito throwing shots from guard but he's hitting more mat than opponent.
Reed utilising some decent striking defenses from the guard, preventing the ground and pound.
Kemonito wants to control from the top but Reed keeps moving.
Reed trying to keep a closed guard but Kemonito is proving a slippery customer.
Kemonito postures up in Reed's guard and throws a big left but Reed blocks it.
Tommy Reed has stepped it up - he knows he needs a finish here!
Juan Kemonito overall seems to be getting the better of the ground position in the fight so far.
Reed is trying to control the position from the bottom.

Reed had isolated an arm as going for a kimura. Kemonito defends it easily.
Kemonito postures up.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Well. There's a bit of a lull in the action here and the crowd are starting to get restless.
Kemonito distracts Reed with his right hand and drops a big elbow with his other arm.
Reed looking to control.
Hammerfist, elbow! yells Kemonito's corner. There ya go! There ya go!
Reed keeping moving, preventing Kemonito from controlling successfully.
Reed throwing short punches from the bottom.

Reed has a loose triangle. He'll be looking to tighten that up but Kemonito can see exactly what he's planning and manages to posture up and free himself.
Kemonito trying to pass the guard but can't manage it just yet.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!
Reed preventing the ground and pound from doing any damage.
Kemonito landing with the ground and pound.

Reed working for a triangle but Kemonito defends it easily.

And that's the end of the fight!
Juan Kemonito showed his dominance in that final round.
Well Kemonito has outscored his opponent in every aspect of the fight today. Only a scarily incompetent judge or two will keep him from a well deserved win... Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Ryoma Takatsuka scores the fight 30:27
Judge Roger Salmon scores the fight 30:27
Judge Jeff Smith scores the fight 30:27

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Juan Kemonito!

Juan Kemonito bigged himself up after the win. The crowd seemed to love it.
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G S C G energy
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hype
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pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
35%

 

Co-main event


Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between Piet Smit (ranked 1694 p4p, 223 weight class) and Mats Sundin (ranked 2216 p4p, 275 weight class). Smit comes to the cage accompanied by Baby Got Back. Sundin has chosen Hej Monika as his entrance music. Piet Smit has the edge in experience - let's see if he can make that count tonight.

188 cm
28
210 lbs
11 - 8 - 0
180 cm
25
207 lbs
6 - 0 - 0
BJJ Brown Belt
Solid boxing
Cardio machine
Good wrestler
Counter fighter
Determined

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 11 wins, 8 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Helsinki, Piet Smit!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 6 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Mats Sundin!
The judges for this bout are Chris Saunders, Paul Gruel and Roger Salmon.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Smit bobs and weaves into range and then changes levels and scores with a nice takedown into side control.
Sundin is looking to regain half guard here but Smit keeps moving and retains side control.

Smit tries for a kimura. Not really close to a finish though.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Smit working the ground and pound but Sundin is defending the strikes.

Smit working hard here to secure a kimura but he's not really in the right position for it.
Smit wants to control but Sundin is keeping him busy.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Smit tries for a kimura but Sundin is defending well.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Smit goes for an armbar! This could be all over! Wait, no, Sundin rolls with the submission and now he's on top in Smit's guard! Nice work there by Sundin!

Sundin avoids a guillotine attempt easily.
Sundin controlling from the top position.
Sundin must be cautious of submissions here, given that his opponent has the superior Jiu Jitsu.

Smit looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.

Sundin got a little sloppy there for a moment and Smit has worked his way into a loose triangle - can he finish it?! No, Sundin has managed to get both his arms back between Smit's legs - danger averted.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Sundin is intent on slowing down the pace of the fight, simply looking to control.

Smit is active off his back here, looking for submissions.
Sundin's corner is telling him to maintain position.
Sundin stands up and looks to throw the legs aside to pass to side control. Smit swivels though and keeps the full guard.

Smit is working actively off his back, looking to secure an arm or perhaps work for a triangle.
Sundin is taking a break and basically stalling. The referee will not allow him to do that for long.
Sundin's corner are shouting for him to control the position and he seems happy to oblige.
Smit tries to strike from the bottom.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.

Smit looking for submissions off his back, moving his hips, looking for an opening.
Sundin is intent on slowing down the pace of the fight, simply looking to control.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Piet Smit dominated that round.
The fighters' corners scream their final instructions, as the referee calls time. Here we go, back to the action!



Smit feints and then dives in with a takedown. That was a long way out but the feint bought him enough time to close the distance and complete the takedown. Now we'll play guard for a bit and see who can get the better of that position.
Smit in full guard, throwing the ground and pound. No damage this time.
Sundin has a closed guard, preventing Smit from standing up.
Smit trying to land body shots but he keeps hitting the mat.
Smit sneaks a leg through and gets to half guard. That was like a knife through butter how easily he passed Sundin's guard.
Sundin keeping his head moving to avoid the ground and pound.

Smit seems to be looking for submissions.
Smit has been looking to land a fair amount of strikes on the ground. He might be looking to soften his opponent up in order to work for a submission.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Sundin is controlling Smit's trapped leg to prevent Smit from advancing to side control.

Smit is working for a submission of some sort.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Smit seems to be working for a kimura but Sundin defends the submission attempt.
Smit is looking to take a break and control but Sundin is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.

Smit seems to be looking for submissions.

Smit is working for submissions here but there's nothing on.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Well. There's a bit of a lull in the action here and the crowd are starting to get restless.

Sundin is defending against the submission attempts here by Smit.

Smit is trying for a guillotine from the top but the pressure isn't in the right place so Sundin is just riding it out for now. Smit eventually gives up the hold.

Smit is looking for a kimura but he's never going to get it from there.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!

Smit is looking for a kimura but Sundin is holding onto that half guard position, so it's hard for Smit to get the leverage.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Piet Smit dominated that second round.
That's the end of the interval. I'm sure that seemed a lot quicker than a minute for our two fighters! Back to the action. This is the final round!


Smit fails to land with a series of punches.
We've been told by Smit's head coaches at Hardpunch (13 Elite / 1000$ that he's been working on his takedown defense in preparation for this fight.

Sundin tries to keep at a distance but Smit has taken the fight into the clinch.

Smit wants the takedown. Sundin is fighting it off but Smit persists and manages to bring the fight to the ground, ending up in Sundin's guard against the cage.
We get told so often about how wrestlers don't like to be on their backs. Let's see if Sundin can do anything to dispel that myth.
Smit with a flurry of punches that miss.
Smit throwing strikes but missing.
Smit trying to control the position from guard on top but Sundin is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Sundin has a closed guard, preventing Smit from standing up.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Smit throws an elbow that misses. Sundin uses the momentum to reverse the position. He's now in Smit's guard. Nice move by Sundin!

Sundin should think about turning a few of those tyres round his middle into muscle if he wants people to take him seriously as an athlete.
Sundin looking to control the position here, rather than advance.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Smit tries to land a sweep but no joy.
Smit is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Sundin can do to turn this around?

Smit had isolated an arm as going for a kimura. Sundin defends it easily.

Smit looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.

Smit has his foot on Sundin's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Sundin works his way back into a safe position though.

Smit looking for submissions off his back, moving his hips, looking for an opening.
Sundin is stalling in the full guard.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Sundin forces his way into half guard.
Sundin looks over to his corner - he wants some instructions but his corner are not responding.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
More stalling from Sundin.

Smit is looking to sinch up a guillotine here but Sundin pulls his head out easily.
Still in half guard, Sundin seems content to control.

Smit looking for submissions off his back.
Neither fighter is being very active at the moment, with Sundin in particular looking to stall.
Mats Sundin has stepped it up - he knows he needs a finish here!
Piet Smit is fighting for a decision here - he's started to take the cautious approach.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!
Smit trying to control but Sundin postures up.

And that's the end of the fight!
Piet Smit showed his dominance in that final round.
Well Smit has outscored his opponent in every aspect of the fight today. Only a scarily incompetent judge or two will keep him from a well deserved win... Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Chris Saunders scores the fight 30:26
Judge Paul Gruel scores the fight 30:26
Judge Roger Salmon scores the fight 30:26

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Piet Smit!

After winning the bout, Piet Smit thanked all his fans and promised he'd do even better in his next fight. The crowd seemed to love his humility.
Mats Sundin spoke after the fight, saying 'Javlar va fan! '.
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Main event


Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Guido Turturro (ranked 523 p4p, 84 weight class) and Bung Popper (ranked 1483 p4p, 197 weight class). Both fighter's entrance songs getting the crowd jumping here.

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, for the welterweight championship of the world!
Introducing the champion to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 9 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of New York, Guido Turturro!
And introducing the challenger to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 6 wins, 4 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Bung Popper!
The judges for this bout are Jeff Smith, Chris Saunders and Josh West.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Popper swats away the attempt to clinch by Turturro.

Popper tries to keep at a distance but Turturro has taken the fight into the clinch.

Popper escapes the clinch and we're back to striking.
Turturro tries to close the distance and clinch up against the cage but Popper paws at him with a jab and circles away.
Turturro tries to clinch up.
Popper misses with a jab and misses with a cross straight after too.
Turturro tries to close the distance and clinch up but Popper swats him away and circles back towards the center.
Popper misses with a jab and misses with a cross straight after too.
Turturro doesn't manage to clinch there - Popper circles away.
Popper has been spending a lot of time sparring his boxing in the run up to the fight, trying to sharpen up those hands and look for a knockout.
Popper circles away from the clinch attempt.
Turturro doesn't manage to clinch there - Popper circles away.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Popper thuds his shin into the meat of Turturro's side.
Turturro tries to clinch but is not successful on this occasion.
A nice combination there by Popper.
Popper throws a right and a left that both miss.
Turturro is trying to close the distance and clinch up, after that failed offence from Popper.

Turturro has managed to clinch.
The fans in attendance giving it up for the two fighters, who have really let it all hang out in the last minute or so!
Popper is trying to break free.
Popper wants to break the clinch but can't.
I was talking to Turturro's coach per-fight and he was telling me that they'd been working on the clinch in the runup to this fight.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Popper breaks the clinch and we're back to striking at distance.
Turturro tries to clinch up but Popper circles away and keeps his distance.

Turturro moves into the clinch.
Turturro tries to pull guard but Popper forces him back to his feet, against the cage.

Popper manages to break the clinch.
Turturro wants to clinch but Popper slips to the side
and Popper counters with a one-two to the body.

Turturro moves into the clinch.

Turturro gets control of Popper's arms and successfully pulls guard. Turturro will no doubt be looking for submissions off his back.
Popper trying to control but Turturro is working from the bottom.

Turturro is working actively off his back, looking to secure an arm or perhaps work for a triangle.

Turturro looking for submissions off his back, moving his hips, looking for an opening.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Popper trying to control the position from guard on top but Turturro is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.

Popper got a little sloppy there for a moment and Turturro has worked his way into a loose triangle - can he finish it?! No, Popper has managed to get both his arms back between Turturro's legs - danger averted.

Turturro looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.

That's two minutes gone in the round.

Turturro is working actively from the bottom, looking for submissions. He's escaped his hips to the side and he's going for an armbar! Popper has his hands clasped together but Turturro extends and breaks Popper's desperate grasp, forcing a tap out due to armbar! Nice BJJ displayed there by Turturro.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:23 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Armbar). Guido Turturro!
Guido Turturro retains his welterweight title!
Guido Turturro decided to thank the fans in attendance for making a great atmosphere. It seemed to go down pretty well.
Bung Popper spoke after the fight, saying 'Hats off to Guido. He beat me fair and square 2-0. Hes very slick. He always find a way to win. Congrats man.'.
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